We’d love to be rich in real gold coins kind in a pinch. Unwrap these shiny foil-covered lollies were made to honour the legend of Turkey’s Saint Nicholas. He wanted to give presents to the poor children in his town so he threw gold coins down their chimneys as a surprise. Chocolate coins usually make an appearance in December as stocking stuffers, tree decoration, or as part of a festive treasure hunt for the wee ones. Continue the tradition and be sure to include them in your Christmas celebrations. They’re also great piled in bowls at your Christmas party or any appropriate themed party. A pirate-themed birthday party wouldn’t be complete without a treasure chest or hunt, after all. With chocolate on the line, we’re sure kiddies will be enthused.
Specifications for Gold Milk Chocolate Coins 80g
|Brand||Sydney Lolly Shop|